In Nantes, what will replace Hangar 12 on the banks of the Loire

Nantes: Bars, Offices, Shops… What Activity will Replace Hangar 12 on the Banks of the Loire?

URBAN PLANNING: The huge shed on the Quai de l’Aiguillon will be demolished. The port of Nantes-Saint-Nazaire has launched a call for projects to succeed it Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port is calling on investors to erect a new building in place of Hangar 12. This partially empty port facility will be demolished in 2023. Candidates have until December […]

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The only camping in Rennes closed for the Summer

The Only Camping in Rennes Closed During Summer

Camping Gayeulles, the only public camping in Rennes, remains closed to the public this summer … because of work undertaken since January. A building site or 2 million, for a renewed offer of accommodation. Workers put the finishing touches to the renovation site camping Gayeulles, engaged for several months. “Reopening scheduled after August 15th,” said a poster […]

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4000 people attended the Salon de l'habitat in the Mayenne over the weekend

In Mayenne, 4000 People Visited the Salon de l’habitat

The Salon de l’habitat exhibition has been a success and attracted 4000 people, seeking advice for the renovation or construction, visitors have advanced in their projects. At 3.15pm, there is a rush at the entrance as the second afternoon session is opened. Two queues of more than thirty meters form outside the exhibition. As every […]

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Pete Doherty will be performing two concerts at the refubished Bataclan in Paris

Bataclan: Pete Doherty Concert on November 16, a Year after the Attacks

CULTURE: Work is currently underway to refurbish the Bataclan as it was before the attacks of 13 November … Nineteen concerts were scheduled for the discrete reopening of Bataclan, the Paris concert hall that was attacked ten months ago. Several artists Alex Beaupain, Vianney, Nada Surf, Youssou N’Dour, Yael Naim are ready to play. But Pete Doherty […]

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Mont-Saint-Michel: The Archangel to be Removed for Renovation

The archangel of Mont-Saint-Michel will improve its image. He will be taken off the Abbey on Thursday to be restored in the Dordogne. The Archangel dominating the Mont-Saint-Michel rises to over 156 m above sea level and is most affected by sea spray.  He will be eligible for restoration.  A first since 1987, when the unique […]

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